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Fight the cause of the refugee crisis

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The arrogance of religious beliefs to assimilate the Guardians of the Planet

I was reading about how Jesuits sent from Rome helped destroy the culture of the Sioux at the behest of US government officials through re-education techniques. I have reproduced the article which informed me of this travesty which took place … Continue reading

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Fact: rich nations are largely responsible for the extreme effects of climate change

Flooded areas of Pakistan look as though an ocean has deposited itself there. Hardly any land visible for the population to cling to whilst they await rescue. Scientists have long since explained why this has been progressively worsening over the … Continue reading

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Agricultural solutions

I have just watched a Euronews coverage of how enterprising solutions have enabled Algerian farmers to utilise the water table below the desert and renewable electricity to grow potatoes and other foods in specially cultivated areas. Watch at: https://www.euronews.com/2022/06/27/from-sand-to-spuds-how-algeria-galvanised-its-agricultural-sector This … Continue reading

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Cotton and Wool Blending

Like much of our knowledge and language, the word ‘cotton’ comes from Arabic ‘quton’. As with wool and silk, so cotton is a natural fabric and is comfortable to the most sensitive skin. It is soft yet strong; is absorbent; … Continue reading

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‘Socioeconomic Divisions have Worsened’

9/11 did not change the world – it was already on the path to decades of conflict Republished on September 11th, 2021 September 10, 2021 11.47am BST Author Paul RogersProfessor of Peace Studies, University of Bradford Disclosure statement Paul Rogers is … Continue reading

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Generic Drug Supply and Raw Materials Supply

In March 2021, Boris Johnson, Prime Minister, announced the UK was acquiring 10m doses from the Serum Institute of India, the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer and the key source of doses for Covax, a vaccine-sharing agreement on which poor and middle-income countries are relying. … Continue reading

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For Now I See Through a Glass Darkly

We humans have successfully reproduced until we have covered this Planet with our 7 billion plus persons, and despite many threats we still persist. However the dinosaurs lived millions of years and only died because of an extinction event; whereas … Continue reading

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Covid and Capitalism

Around 80% of countries use the Capitalist system. In capitalist economic systems, the state doesn’t provide jobs. The private companies set the eligibility and pick the candidate most suited for them. But in times of recession, unemployment can reach very high levels. Some countries … Continue reading

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Covid 19 and food poverty, Britain

Back in 2014 a panel of people came together to put out a report on food poverty impacting on ill health in Britain. This was an All-Party Parliamentary Group Inquiry on Hunger and Food. Any country’s government group might have … Continue reading

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